Spring is finally here! We hope.

Spring is just about ready to make her grand entrance, and soon we can expect to see flowers blooming, trees sprouting leaves and enjoy the pleasant sounds of birds chirping their favorite tunes right outside our windows. But the best thing about spring beside the warmer temperatures is undoubtedly the fantastic spring styles. And in predictable Goodwill fashion, we’ve got you covered sharing just a few colors you’ll want to make sure you have on deck to help you ‘Spring It On’ the right way.

  •   Yellow – Say hello to yellow! There are very few colors that scream spring like yellow. So try adding as much of this color to your spring wardrobe as you can. Have fun mixing and matching the different variations of the color from pale to neon dresses, shorts and shoes; yellow is a color that won’t lose.

  •   Orange – You’ll develop a serious orange crush this spring when you step out of your comfort zone and try this outspoken color this spring season. I know what you’re thinking, “orange does not look good on me.” And I get it; it is an intense, bold and even loud color; but only if you’re thinking construction zones. Here’s the good news though, with a little mind-retraining, I’m sure you’ll find it to be not only flattering but totally awesome! Don’t believe me? Give it a try this season and see for yourself.

 

  •   Turquoise – Your new color obsession this spring is turquoise, and it’s easy to understand why. This beautiful color is radiant and immediately conjures up feelings of warm days and long breezy nights on sandy beaches listening to the crashing waves with a group of friends or star-gazing with your significant other. Look for this color to make a huge splash this season with ruffled rompers, boyfriend pants, or pop it into an all-white outfit for a standout look all its own.

 

  •   Pink – Everything in spring is prettier in pink, so be sure to have this glam color on hand in your closet this season for all things spring. Not into bright colors? No problem go for a pale or ‘blush’ pink to neutralize pinks over-powering shine then tie in some tan wedge shoes and wicker style handbag for a show-stopping outfit for weddings, graduations or just kickin’ it with the girls.

And speaking of show-stopping, meet Rayder Gross who is currently celebrating two years of employment success at Wendy’s in Oxford Ohio. Rayder was interested in finding a position perfect for him and thanks to the efforts and perseverance of Rayder and his support team he was able to find employment perfect for his skill set and near his home. Learn more about Rayder and his pathway to successful employment when you click the link https://www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/rayder-gross-celebrating-employment-success/

 

Alisha Tyler,
Fashion Advisor

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